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HLN
Aug 2, 2009 10:00pm EDT
holding in my hand hot off the presses, the search warrants for the raid on dr. conrad murray's home and office in las vegas for the latest details of what is contained in the search warrant, let's go to ellie jostad, "nancy grace" producer. >> what they are looking for is evidence of the charges of manslaughter, excessive prescribing and prescribing to an addict. the other interesting thing is, they're looking for anything related to the treatment, patient records for michael jackson or 19 aliases they believe jackson may have used. those aliases include his son's name, prince jackson, frank tyson, a former personal assistant, kai chase, his personal chef and also omar arnold, an alias jackson used in relation to his health care. they are looking for informing, distribution lists, prescriptions, delivery, storage of that drug, propofol which authority authorities -- >> that is not listed for the return here, jim. we've got computer evidence, cell phone evidence. we have paperwork but i don't see propofol listed here. >> if you're the homicide detective, they go there. their priority num
HLN
Aug 3, 2009 1:00am EDT
holding in my hand, hot off the presses, the search warrant for the raid on dr. conrad murray's home and office in las vegas. for the latest details on what is contained in this search warrant, let's go straight out to ellie jostad, nancy grace producer poring through this. >> reporter: we find out what they are looking for is evidence of the charges of manslaughter, excessive prescribing and prescribing to an addict. the other interesting thing, they're looking for anything related to the treatment, patient records, prescriptions, for michael jackson or 19 aliases they believe jackson may have used. those aliases include his son's name, prince jackson. frank tyson, former personal assistant. kai chase, his personal chef. the name omar arnold which is an allance alias michael jackson used often in relation to his health care. they're specifically looking for any information, distribution lists, prescriptions, delivery storage of the drug propofol, which authorities tell us they believe may have killed michael jackson. >> did they find propofol? >> reporter: that is not listed on the
HLN
Aug 1, 2009 1:00am EDT
diprivan. we know from a source that dr. murray gave him that drug within 24 hours of his death. >> the warrants say there's probable cause to say that searches of the home and office of dr. conrad murray would uncover evidence of, quote, crimes of excess. specifically, excessive prescribing, prescribing to or treating an addict, and manslaughter. >> the addict in this case, apparently michael jackson. the key piece of evidence is a cd with the name omar arnold on that. detectives seized that, and i confirmed with a source close to the investigation that jackson used the name omar arnold as an alias to obtain prescription drugs and to get procedures done without anyone knowing. >> the fact that they are, essentially, saying that michael jackson was an addict makes the prosecution of anybody harder because it suggests that jackson, himself, was the big initiator of getting all these drugs. >> it was april of 2009 that he asked me for the drug. one drop hit my vein with the i.v., he said, i go to sleep right away. i'm knocked out. i go to sleep. >> let's go out to tom o'neil, senior editor of "in touch weekly." tom, we're learning more about the search warrants that were executed in las
HLN
Jul 31, 2009 8:00pm EDT
communications between dr. murray and dr. metsger, but they certainly had a right to look for them. >> and your thoughts on the death investigation so far? dr. conrad murray, five search warrants executed. what are your thoughts? >> it's hard to know. the point was made -- they're going to have to prove causation, their going to have to prove recklessness of some kind. and because it's michael jackson, they're doing a thorough job as humanly possible. >> all right, mr. heaarland bra, thank you so much. for newsone.com, he interviewed joe jackson, take a listen to this. >> if you were in michael's life, would he still be alive today? >> of course. of course. i had told people, friends, if i don't get to michael, he ain't going to be here long. i said that. he won't be us with long. and i called the shots if he, exactly what had happened. i just didn't like to see him -- as a matter of fact, i wouldn't go to see him laying in the casket, i didn't want to remember him like that. i wanted to remember him live and dancing on stage. >> he was juniyour boy. >> he was my son. >> to smokey fontaine, you just got this interview with joe s s jackson. we'll talk to y
NBC
Aug 25, 2009 5:30am EDT
combination of drugs hours before he died. >> that means his personal physician dr. conrad murray could face criminal charges. our reporter has the details. >> after weeks of speculation, nbc news has confirmed that the los angeles county coroner considers the death of michael jackson a homicide. the lapd is pursuing a manslaughter investigation into his personal physician, dr. conrad murray. investigators searched his texas clinic last month. it showed that michael jackson had a legal levels of the powerful anesthetic in his blood the day before he died. >> when we are talking about manslaughter, we are talking about a departure from an acceptable medical standard that is more than just what we call ordinary negligence but criminal negligence. it is beyond the pale of what a reasonable doctor would do. >> according to the affidavit, dr. margaret told investigators that he had been giving jackson -- dr. conrad murray told investigators that he had been giving jackson propofol several times at night to help them sleep. >> these address would be appropriate if this is someone in an intens
MSNBC
Aug 24, 2009 4:00pm EDT
against dr. conrad murray. >> let's not forget we've been talking about building up the case against murray and certainly that doesn't appear what's going on. this affidavit, this is murray telling law enforcement what happened. this is not law enforcement finding out from someone apart from murray what took place that night. this is murray cooperating with authorities. i think that's important to point out here, that we're not dealing with somebody who's trying to hide anything it would seem and not trying to keep anything away from law enforcement. he's telling them the dosage, the time, and exactly what drugs he administered, and this is someone who says all along, i have not given him anything that should have killed michael jackson. so now we have a number of facts here and that will be determined. >> courtney hazlett, thanks so much. dr. conrad murray may insist he didn't give anything that should have killed michael jackson, but you get the sense that may be argued in front of a jury at some point. >> it may not just be because he's necessarily a quote, unquote good guy. >>> s
HLN
Aug 25, 2009 1:00am EDT
death a homicide. the news could mean criminal charges for jackson's personal doctor, dr. conrad murray. murray was in the house with jackson when he died. >> breaking news in the michael jackson death investigation. according to court documents, lethal levels of anesthetic propofol were found in michael jackson during the autopsy. this information was contained in a search warrant affidavit that was unsealed in houston today. houston is where jackson's doctor, dr. conrad murray, has a home and also has an office. >> i'm told that dr. conrad murray took responsibility. >>> also, a young mom like millions of moms across america goes out for an evening walk on a country road not far from her own home talking away on a cell phone. the boyfriend on the other end hears screaming "please don't take me." her voice never heard again. she vanishes without a trace. that cell phone discarded on someone's lawn two miles away. as we go to air, the ground search expands. u.s. marshals and cadaver dogs hone in after an anonymous tip. more private video of missing mom released. we have the video. tonight, wher
FOX News
Aug 1, 2009 10:00pm EDT
apparent investigation involving dr. conrad murray and his apparent imminent indictment. there is amazing stuff coming down the pipe. i'm getting it all organized and i will be bringing you the beginning of it in the next five or ten minutes but i want to begin with the stunning but controversial success of the governments it cash for clunkers campaign which rewards car buyers with up to $4,500 in free money when they trade in their old gas guzzlers for new smaller fuel efficient vehicles. so popular is the particular stimulus program that it has spent its entire billion dollars budget in just the first month and to keep the good times rolling the house on friday voted overwhelmingly to rush another $2 billion into the program. but the senate, as you know, has yet to agree. and for obvious reasons. watch. ♪ money for nothing and your chicks for free ♪ >> the president probably did not have the old money for nothing dire straits song in mind when included the rebright stimulus package, but there is no doubt this ranked as an enormous success. >> there were skeptics who weren't
WHUT
Aug 24, 2009 6:30pm EDT
arrest at his home in l.a. his doctor, dr. conrad murray has been interviewed twice by police but has not been named as an official suspect. speculation about this drug has been around since michael jackson's death but this is new, isn't it? >> it's a concern what was reported at the time, yes, and has been reported heavily ever since and it's almost become fact but this is the first real confirmation we have of it in court documents made public in houston -- details of what the coroner found, details of conversations that michael jackson's personal doctor, dr. conrad murray had with investigators investigating the singer's death. court documents show dr. murray told police he had been treating michael jackson for insomnia for some six weeks and that treatment had included using this power anesthetic, propofol. propofol is normally used in hospitals administered by an anesthesiologist awaiting surgery -- it's very powerful, it needs to be supervised and someone needs to administer it, they need to monitor you and bring you off the drug to bring you around again. this is the kind of th
ABC
Aug 24, 2009 11:35pm EDT
office of jackson's personal physician, dr. conrad murray, were released. after weeks of leaks and speculation, for the first time we know the details of what police and the coroner believe happened in those fateful last 24 hours of jackson's life. a police affidavit says dr. conrad murray told los angeles detectives he had been treating jackson for six weeks for insomnia, giving him 50 milligrams of propofol every night through an i.v. to help jackson sleep. ♪ dr. murray told investigators he feared jackson was getting addicted, so he reduced the dosage to 25 milligrams two days prior to jackson's death. >> you don't use propofol to wean somebody, but propofol literally is just simply used to put someone to sleep and if you give too much, it can be lethal and you can have exactly what happened here. >> the papers say that dr. murray gave jackson valium at 1:30 a.m. and that he said that the valium did not work, so he gave the singer an i.v. injection of lorazepam. an anti-anxiety drug about half an hour later. >> in the case of lorazepam, however, although it's in the blood for
ABC
Aug 18, 2009 11:35pm EDT
>>> tonight on "nightline," the doctor's story. for the first time, dr. conrad murray, the man who was beside michael jackson when he died speaks out. >> i told the truth, and i have faith that the truth will prevail. >>> plus, doc hollywood. the shocking truth of what goes on between celebrities and doctors in tinseltown. you won't lieve what they can get their hands on. >>> and car wars. we hit the road with the undercover spies who will do anything to get a shot at the secret test cars that are about to hit main street. it's a sneak peek at what's right around the corner. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening, i'm cynthia mcfadden. we begin tonight with the first public words from dr. conrad murray, the man who was with michael jackson the day he died and now according to his spokesperson has stopped practicing medicine while the investigation into the circumstances of michael jackson's death proceed. this case has raised serious questions about the relationship between celebrity and doctor. according to hollywood insiders, there are plenty of doctors willing to do wha
CNN
Aug 24, 2009 7:00pm EDT
criminal charges for jackson's personal doctor, dr. conrad murray. murray was in the house with jackson when he died. there are also more details contained in a search warrant, and court documents unsealed today. we have complete coverage tonight with randy in los angeles, and senior legal analyst jeffrey tubin in new york. first randy with the very latest. randy, what can you tell us? >> i know you mentioned the report by the associated press saying the death has been ruled a homicide. i do want to point out when it comes to the coroner's ruling of a homicide, it could have a very different meaning. it has a much larger meaning. it could be reckless manslaughter, negligent homicide, there are all kinds of things there. the associated press is quoting a single source there. we have called the l.a.p.d. they said that that information was not coming from them. we also called the coroner's office here in l.a. county and they gave us a "no comment." we did check with the district attorney's office as well, and they said they hadn't received a note yet to press charges. we can tell you that
ABC
Aug 18, 2009 5:00pm EDT
out. >> this is the first time we have heard from dr. conrad murray. >> dr. conrad murray broke his silence in a message that was posted online a short time ago. his personal physician did not mention the pop star. he thinks is patients for their support and insists he is being honest. >> i told the truth and i have faith the truth will prevail. >> for the first time dr. conrad murray, the physician who was my -- with michael jackson has made a public statement. the cardiologists has been under scrutiny since the death in june. investigators raided his home in houston and las vegas, looking for evidence that could lead to the anesthetic propof, which was given to jackson's 24 hours before deathhi. s >> because of of all that is going on, i am afraid to return. he thanked his patience for it calls and e-mails. >> the messages mean to world to me. as long as i keep god in my heart and you in my life, i will [unintelligible] >> the kellie coner's office has determined its work on determining michael jackson's death. that is not expect to be released until the investigation is complete.
CNN
Jul 31, 2009 8:00pm EDT
front? >> we went through the search warrants that were served at dr. conrad murray's home and his clinic. in all there were 19 different aliases investigators were looking for. they are looking for a connection between michael jackson, all of these aliases and the doctors who treated him over the years. maybe he was prescribed medication under these other nams that possibly contributed to his death. two of the aliases stand out, one is his own son, prince jackson, one of the aliases, the other is the name of his personal chef. kai chase. two of the 19 aliases they were looking at. >> there is another alias, omar arnold. why is that one so significant? >> reporter: omar arnold which we've already confirmed from a good source with knowledge of the investigation is an alias he has used in the past. omar arnold is the name found on a cd that was in dr. conrad murray's clinic. so here you have a cd with that name, the alias that michael jackson has apparently used on a cd that was found at the clinic belonging to the doctor who is at the center of this investigation. we know from a for
WETA
Aug 24, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. conrad murray hadith investigatorinvestigating the singer's death. court documents show dr. murray told police he had be treing chael jackson for insomnia for some six weeksnd that treatment had includedsing this power anesthetic, propofol. propofols normally used in hospitals administered by an anesthesiologist aiting surgery --t's very werful, it nes to be supervised and someone needs to administer it, th need to monitorou and bring you off the drug to bring youround again. this is theind of thin michael jackn was using just inrder to get to sleep. >> by all accounts it doesn't give you a refreshg sleep, it ju knocks you outlat -- an extraordinary thinto be using fothis purpose and surely raises all kin of qstions for the around micael jackson. >> it does, and dr. murr pointed out to police that he had become worri that michael jackson was becoming addictedo propofol, and he had ied to wean the ug off the star by introducing differen sedatives and in fact in the early hours of the day that micel jackson died according to ese court papers dr. murray told police he gave micha jacks
CBS
Aug 25, 2009 4:30am EDT
physician, dr. conrad murray, told investigators he gave jackson doses of valium, lorazepam, and midazolam throughout the night on june 25th in an intravenous drip because the 50-year-old entertainer could not fall asleep. when jackson was still awake at 10:40 in the morning, he gave him the powerful sedative propofol repeatedly used for surgery in hospitals. murray said, after he administered the propofol, jackson finally fell asleep. he says he then stepped away for less than two minutes, and when he returned, jackson had stopped breathing. dr. murray says he had been monitoring jackson with a pulse oximeter attached to jackson's finger. according to the search warrant affidavit, investigators found seven different prescriptions from three different doctors on jackson's bedside table. most of them can be used for insomnia. a law enforcement official tells the associated press the l.a. coroner has ruled jackson's death a homicide. dr. murray has been keeping a low profile, recently putting out a message on youtube, thanking his supporters and putting his trust in god. in a statement, the
ABC
Aug 19, 2009 4:30am EDT
. >>> and dr. conrad murray speaks out for the first time since michael jackson's death. he says he has told the truth so far. >>> overseas stock markets are stumbling once again this morning. tokyo's nikkei average fell 0.8% today. hong kong's hang seng is down, as well. in london, the ftse opened lower. and this all comes after wall street bounced back from its steep losses on monday. the dow climbed 82 points yesterday, closing at 9217. the nasdaq added 25 points to close at 1955. >>> it is almost hard to believe that general motors emerged from bankruptcy just over a month ago, with lots of help from the government. now, thanks to another government program, the automaker is shifting its production into overdrive. emily schmidt joins us from washington with more,nd some rare news -- some rare good news for the auto industry. >> reporter: they will certainly take it, vinita. good morning. automakers are getting more mileage from cash for clunkers. sales are up. and for the first time in a long time, factories say they need more workers to make more cars. cash for clunkers now mea
ABC
Aug 19, 2009 4:30am EDT
and getting overtime. they can thank cash for clunkers. >>> and dr. conrad murray speaks out for the first time since michael jackson's death. he says he has told the truth so far. of the outdoors for your indoor cat. ness and freedom specially formulated to promote hairball control and healthy weight. friskies indoor wet cat food. feed the senses. you weren't always my favorite day. with all the pet hair in the air, i'd spend class preoccupied, bothered by itchy eyes. but now i have new zyrtec® itchy eye drops. it works fast, with just one drop, to relieve my itchy eyes from allergies for up to 12 hours. no other allergy itchy eye drop works faster or longer. which is good, 'cause there's a lotta paws to shake. with new zyrtec® itchy eye drops i can love the air™. (announcer) find it in the allergy aisle next to other zyrtec® products. >>> overseas stock markets are stumbling once again this morning. tokyo's nikkei average fell 0.8% today. hong kong's hang seng is down, as well. in london, the ftse opened lower. and this all comes after wall street bounced back from its ste
NBC
Aug 3, 2009 5:30am EDT
powerful anesthetic that detectives allegedly found in jackson's home. dr. conrad murray's attorney maintains his client is innocent and that he never gave jackson any drugs that, quote, should have caused his death. again, a court hearing about michael jackson's estate and children scheduled to begin this morning. in los angeles, wbal-tv 11 news. >> here's a look ahead to our next hour of 11 news today. >> travelers onboard a northwest airlines flight encounter a shaky landing that story at 6:17. >> a group of kids rejected from a swim club take a special trip. find out where they went and who footed the bill. >> and an unusual contest out of thailand where contestants were judged by decibels. >> and the mercury will rise to above normal levels today. i'll tell you how hot it's going to get in your insta-weather plus forecast. >> and as far as your morning commute, dealing with a couple of accidents. one coming in on southbound 95 in harford county. we'll update you on that and some weather-related issues. that's next.
CBS
Aug 19, 2009 4:30am EDT
first time. in a youtube video, dr. conrad murray thanks his supporters and apologizes for not responding to well-wishers. he is the target of a police investigation. he told them he gave jackson diprivan just before the singer died. a jackson spokesman said jackson will be born in glendale, california next saturday, august 29th. that would have been his 51st birthday. only family and close friends will be invited. >>> mr. california, a woman's body found in a dumpster has been identified as a swim suit model who disappeared over the weekend. now police want to talk to the man who reported her missing. as our los angeles station reports, their l.a. neighbors can't believe it. >> she was close. she had a good roommate. she was strong with everybody else. it was just a shocker. >> reporter: 28 year-old jasmine fiore seemed excited to move into a new apartment. some neighbors describe this man as her husband. >> he wasn't as shy as the two girls were. >> reporter: her fourth floor penthouse is now a crime scene. >> we are searching for any evidence that may led to the suspect in t
NBC
Jul 31, 2009 9:00pm EDT
evening before. the morning of june 25th, the star's doctor conrad murray found jackson in bed at his los angeles mansion. kai chase was working there as a personal chef. >> around 12:05, 12:10, dr. murray runs down to the top of the stairs, the stairwell that went into the kitchen area where i was and screams "hurry, go get prince. get security. get prince." i said "prince hurry." dr. murray is screaming, yelling. maybe something wrong with your dad. >> jackson had stopped breathing and had only a weak pulse. an ambulance rushed hem to a hospital. but doctors couldn't revive him. michael jackson was pronounced dead later that day. he was only 50 years old. >> did anybody witness what happened? >> no, just the doctor, sir. the doctor has been the only one here. >> it was a final curtain call that no one wanted and only a few expected. but what exactly happened? the lapd and l.a. county coroner's office are both investigating. to night you will hear the latest on where the investigation is headed on the doctor and the drug at the center of awful this, on what happened in the room where michael jackson died, and what didn't. >> we are certainly interviewing doctors, certainly interviewing
HLN
Aug 24, 2009 5:00pm EDT
these documents that we have, this affidavit of a search warrant, dr. conrad murray stated to detectives that he was michael jackson's personal physician and that he did administer several drugs to jackson in the early morning hours of june 25th, which as you know is the day that michael jackson died. and at approximately 11:00 in the morning, he told police that that's when michael stopped breathing. i can tell you dr. murray admitted to police he administered 25 milligrams of propofol along with lidocaine, to michael jackson through an iv drip. now, we know that michael jackson was taking a lot of drugs. this comes to us from a lot of sources. getting. he told detebbuttives he injected low raz pam. at 3:00 a.m., michael still awake. he tried giving him mydazolam the 25 milligrams of the propofol after jackson repeatedly demanded that drug. now, mike something else i want to point out. he said after approximately ten minutes, dr. murray said that he left jackson's side to go to the restroom and relieve himself. this is the first time we're getting new information about him le
CNN
Aug 13, 2009 11:00pm EDT
incredible pictures. >>> and was jackson's doctor? the dark? according to dr. conrad murray's attorney, his client was unaware of michael jackson's "unusual" problems when he took the job. i'll talk to dr. sanjay gupta and jeffrey toobin about that. (pouring rain) i had a great time. me too. you know, i just got out of a bad relatio... it's okay. thanks. goodnight. goodnight. (door crashes in, alarm sounds) get out! (phone rings) hello? this is rick with broadview security. is everything all right? no, my ex-boyfriend just kicked in the front door. i'm sending help right now. thank you. (announcer) brink's home security is now broadview security. call now to install the standard system for just $99. the proven technology of a broadview security system delivers rapid response from highly-trained professionals, 24 hours a day. call now to get the $99 installation, plus a second keypad installed free. and, you could save up to 20% on your homeowner's insurance. call now-- and get the system installed for just $99. broadview security for your home or business - the next generation of brink's ho
HLN
Aug 18, 2009 5:00pm EDT
dr. conrad murray as he breaks his silence and addresses his supporters. >>> plus, caught on tape. as many as seven police officers accused of beating a guy to a pulp. he was pulled over for speeding going 15 over the limit. cops say he was defiant. you can see, was he he sifting? the beat-down. the guy was taserred multiple times, punched, kicked. you be the judge. did police go too far? always love hearing from you. we take your calls at 1-877-tell hln. we take e-mails as well and we welcome your text messages. start your message with the word "prime." that's all you have to do. your chance to be heard. >>> controversy, opinions, your point of view. this is prime news. >>> welcome once again. this is prime news. i'm mike galanos. back to our breaking story. new video just coming in. this from the man at the center of the michael jackson death investigation. dr. conrad murray, personal physician to the king of pop, speaks to his supporters in a one-minute clip on youtube. let's give it a listen. >> i want to thank all of my patients and friends who have sent such kind e-mails, le
NBC
Aug 31, 2009 4:00pm EDT
other anxiety drugs as a contributing factor. according to court papers dr. conrad murray gave propofol to help him sleep. >> did you than he needed that drug to go to sleep? >> no, i did not. no, i did not. the first time that i ever heard of the zplug police say dr. conrad murray admitted to him that he gave michael propofol the morning he died and that's now been ruled the cause of death. what does that tell you? >> it tells me there was foul play done. that's what it tells me. and more to be investigated to see what really's behind all of this stuff. not just dr. conrad murray. >> reporter: you want someone to pay? >> well, someone should pay, not just someone, but all of them should pay that's involved. >> reporter: all the doctors? >> i didn't say doctors. everybody else that's involved. >> reporter: anybody that's involved should pay? yes, sir. >> reporter: jeff rossum, "news4." >> joe jackson certainly picking his words carefully and also commented on michael's three children, prince michael -- prince michael, rather, paris and blanket. he says he is their grandfather.
HLN
Aug 1, 2009 5:00pm EDT
source tells our sister network, cnn, another doctor, dr. conrad murray gave jackson the drug in the 24 hours before he died. a coroner's report on jackson's death has been postponed indefinitely. >>> tonight on hln "news and views," was michael jackson addicted to drugs? did those medicines kill him and will doctors place charges? plus, the custody issue looms as the judge decides whether to approve a deal that places jackson's children with his mother katherine. nancy grace has the breaking news at 8:00 and 10:00 p.m. eastern on hln. >> border patrolman robert rosas hoped to see his 2-year-old son follow in his foot steps and dance at his little girl's wedding. sadly that won't happen. he was laid to rest yesterday. mexican authorities said they arrested five men in connection with his killing. the fbi has not identified possible suspects yet. here's lynn stewart. >> fire! >> reporter: murdered border patrol agent robert rosas' life is marked with ceremonial good-byes. and heartbreaking ones. his children sang farewell before they got to know their dad. about 4,000 people turned out t
FOX News
Aug 13, 2009 8:00pm EDT
catherine, they believe foul play was involved in their son's death. as to reports about dr. conrad murray we have been reporting that all along. he gave him the prop fill, he gave him this powerful anesthetic that knocked him out. michael had been using demerol and oxycontin to such antics tent that family had done intervention on him weeks and months plifer to his death. with the the powerful drug, what dr. conrad murray did while walking away from michael which this is something we surmised it was such reckless it does amount if not manslaughter than murder. bill: very good chance is he going to be indicted on involuntary manslaughter. as you said, you can't be messing around with this kind of stuff. >> it might be worse than just involuntary. bill: i don't believe the jackson family was going to intervene ever. i think this is all an attempt by the family and i could be wrong. i don't know them. you do. to kind of rehab the image after the fact. he had been using narcotics for a long, long time michael jackson. heavy narcotics. if there was going to be an intervention or something like th
NBC
Aug 12, 2009 4:30am EDT
search at the home of dr. conrad murray reportedly led police to believe that the pharmacy filled the prescription. they would not release details about jackson's death while the investigation continues. >>> a driver in california hit speeds of 100 miles per hour as he attempted to escape a police traffic stop. officials say the suspect ran several stop lights and even drove on the wrong side of the road before being cornered in a residential driveway. no one was hurt but that man is in custody. >>> michigan police are questioning a suspect they believe pulled off a robbery. the robber pointed a gun at a robber's head. police say he was trying to leave with the woman as a hostage but was only able the get away with her purse. >>> a mother blaming in youtube video for her son's severe burns. the 13-year-old boy watched a guy in a banana suit lighting himself on fire and tried to recreate it. the boy who copied it is now hospitalized with second and third degree burns. >>> back in california, cleanup crews are on the scene after an amtrak train sliced through a trailer carrying 40,000 p
ABC
Aug 25, 2009 5:00pm EDT
hem page. >>> now to a developing story. michael jackson's personal physician, dr. conrad murray is now at the center of a homicide investigation based on a preliminary autopsy report. abc news has learned that police have reason to doubt some of what dr. murray told them about michael jackson's last hours. diana avellar reports from los angeles. >> i have done all i could do. i told the truth, and i have faith the truth will prevail. >> reporter: dr. conrad murray claims he did nothing wrong. but his role as michael jackson's physician could lead to charges of involuntary manslaughter. the associated press is reporting that the los angeles coroner declared the pop star's death a homicide, based on preliminary toxicology results. they reveal jackson had a lethal cocktail of drugs in his system at the time of death. in particular, the powerful anesthetic propofol. investigators are working to determine where the drugs came from. a process that may lead to the implication of other physicians in the case. there are also questions surrounding murray's actions in jackson's last moments.
CBS
Aug 25, 2009 12:00pm EDT
likely charges will be filed against dr. conrad murray. the doctor administered nothing that should have killed jackson, his attorneys say. >> if he had any kind of respiratory dysfunction, i think the combination might have killed him, it's like the straw that breaks the camels' back. this is a toxic cocktail and i'm surprised that a physician would administer all of these things. >> dr. murray says he was trying to wean the singer off the drugs at the time of his death. >>> vh1 is pulling the plug on programming that includes ryan jenkins, he committed suicide over the weekend while suspected of brutally murdering his ex-wife a popular model. a network spokesperson says both realities show megan wants a millionaire and i love money three which feature jenkins are now canceled. the murder of fiori is still unsolved. >>> rex ryan is the head coach of the new york jets. the ravens' defense showed it could go on without ryan and without skipping a beat. the ravens won 24-23 in the end, after the game, john harbaugh talked about that interception. >> how many defensive linemen get intercept
CNN
Aug 29, 2009 1:00am EDT
on dr. conrad murray, the focus of possible manslaughter charge. randi, what actually killed michael jackson? >> reporter: the corner coroner said the cause of death was acute propofol intoxication. acute, meaning the dose of propofol he got that day within hours of his death is what killed him, not a buildup of propofol that might have been in his system. bad for dr. conrad murray who was with him at his house. trying to wean him off this drug. he tried a lot of drugs before he said, according to a an affidavit that michael jackson demanded the propofol to try to sleep and gave him 25 milligrams of it. but before that, he tried a lot of other drugs. i'll give you the timeline here. at 1:30 in the morning he tried ten milligrams after valium, 2:00 a.m., ativan, 3:00 a.m., sedative versed. 5:00 a.m., more ativan, 7:30 a.m. more versed, another 2 milligrams. at 10:30 p.m., he gave him the 25 milligrams of propofol. the same drugs are mentioned in the coroner's findings released today and connected to michael jackson's death according to the coroner. the coroner has also determined that
FOX
Aug 19, 2009 5:30pm EDT
pop. a law enforcement source says dr. conrad murray will be arrested on manslaughter charges within the next two weeks. investigators plan to search another pharmacy before them to amass more evidence. murray who claims he's innocent talked to his supporters on you tube. >> as long as i keep god in my heart and you in my life, i will be fine. i have done all i could do. i told the truth and i have faith the truth will prevail. >> meantime jackson's burial has been planned for august the 29th. that would have been michael jackson's 51st birthday. >>> as the debate over health care rages on, there are many questions tonight about just who will pay for the $1 trillion plan. jeff able joins us with the latest. >> reporter: this health care plan has many business owners seeing sticker shock tonight. the plan would call for employers to pay for their employees. if they chose not to, they would be assessed an 8% tax. tonight small business owners fear the result could mean layoffs or even closures. >> we can't afford it. i'm in the building business. i see we're getting bailouts for cars.
CBS
Aug 24, 2009 11:00pm EDT
show dr. conrad murray told investigators he gave direct examination doses of value young diazepam and they have that he has lam in a drip because he couldn't fall asleep. at 10:40:00 a.m. the doctor finally gave him propofol. he said jackson demanded it and feared the star was becoming addicted to it. he says he stepped away for a couple minutes and when he returned, jackson was not bothing. >> reporter: according to the search warrant affidavit investigators found seven different prescriptions from three medications on his bed seed table. >> the court: the coroner has ruled the death a homicide. the jackson family would only say they look forward to the day when justice could be served. >> the newfoundings could mean dr. murray will face criminal charges. he's kernel the target of a ravens investigation. and tonight fine's attorney says his client was a victim of racial profiling. >> it's what you have been foamed off the old that pushed rocket on the sergeant. >> informs that i had based on the investigation, he didn't adhere to the command of the place. >> security and friend s
ABC
Aug 25, 2009 5:00am EDT
could mean more problems for his personal doctor, dr. conrad murray. >>> 5:47. your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes. >> adam is here now with a refreshing forecast. >> it feels great this morning. everything will work at the bus stop this morning. lo sevle,es sleeves, short slee. itil gl elfeood. 's oksololot ame of the lyin a refreshingly 6 rewe're in mid 600's.k byese are the coldest numbers mo inrng.early this .t aab o ba fckut deac,ntprlyob lyabit b winchester, 56. cumberland, 57. very light winds. watch out for some patchy fog, particularly west of the metro area. comfortable start to our day relative to late august. let's fire up the almanac data. 87 was the afternoon high temperature. it was a typical day. today will be typical to yesterday, maybe a degree or two warmer. today, mostly sunny skies, a few patchy, scattered clouds. mostly, you'll be seeing blue in our skies tonight. it will be seasonable, a few degrees warmer the more we saw yesterday. mid 60's in the suburbs tonight. near 70 downtown. the wind will shift out of the south. there will be some ad
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